Unidentified boy in horse-drawn carriage, in front of the Ford Hotel, West Main Street, Sackville, New Brunswick, early 1900s.
Ford's Hotel (front exterior), west Main Street, Sackville, New Brunswick. The original is inscribed, "1908 Ford Hotel Sackville".
Woman and child in horse drawn sleigh, on College Street, at the rear of the F.C. Richardson's store, Sackville, New Brunswick, with the Male Academy in the background. The original is inscribed, "1905 Nana & half-sister Hazel Ford".
Percy Gillis in a boat on the Lily Pond, ca. 1910,
Mount Allison Ladies' College students, near football field, 1931. The original is inscribed, "Initiation 1931"
Fonds consists of photocopies of Ella Hayes’ diary, 1918-1920; three pages of Ella Hayes’ photograph album, 1918, containing six photographs of Ladies’ College student life; and 10 photographs produced in 1984 from Ella Hayes’ photograph album.
Fonds consist of a photocopy of a notebook containing early entries (1801-1814) for record of payment for subscriptions to the Methodist Church, record of payment to those working on the marsh dykes, and sketches of farm equipment with instructions. The remainder of the notebook contains John Fawcett's notes (original actual letters?) dated August 1835 and August 1836, relating early Sackville Methodist Church history from 1788, and his evaluation and criticisms concerning the Upper and Lower Sackville Methodist Churches.
Fonds consists of one photograph album, compiled by Mary Ethel Howie while a student at the Mount Allison Ladies' College, and contains 30 small photographs of students and campus views. Also contains copyprints of 2 original photographs of the laying of the foundation stone for the Mount Allison Academy, 15 July 1933, and the two negatives for each photograph that were produced during the reproduction process.
Fonds consists of copies of biographical sketches, obituaries, correspondence, and excerpts from publications related to the life and work of Irwin Cameron Mackie, Director of Metallurgy and Research, Dominion Steel & Coal Corporation, Sydney, Nova Scotia; a portrait photograph of I.C. Mackie; and a published copy of "Memorandum re: The Mackie Process for Retarded Cooling of Steel Rails," September 1935, compiled by Max Hickey. The material documents Mr. Mackie's significant research and discovery resulting in the manufacturing of top quality steel rails, and refutes claims made by others regarding this important discovery.
Records consist mainly of family correspondence, including many letters written by the Anderson family shipmasters while involved in coastal and foreign trade; miscellaneous financial records, the estate of Titus Anderson, business cards, miscellaneous printed items, and notes.
Fonds consists of the stories and other material. Some of the recollections refer to Little Shemogue and Borden’s childhood experiences there, including information about prominent Covenant families in the community; others relate incidents later in her life, as a wife and mother, raising a family with her husband. Some of the stories indicate date and place of origin.
Also included is a newspaper clipping, dated 24 August 1934, which features a photograph of the First Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. There is also a list of the stories, by title which appears to have been written by Mary Lane (nee Duncan), a niece of Borden, who lived in the Duncan house in Little Shemogue.